Virginia Court, Henry Ford Museum, 1928

Summary

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows one of two courtyards located between the entrance Promenade and the exhibit gallery. Filled with trees, plantings and a decorative gazebo, architect Robert Derrick intended these spaces to provide light, air and vistas from the Museum and Promenade.

One of a series of views of the Museum as built, this black and white drawing shows one of two courtyards located between the entrance Promenade and the exhibit gallery. Filled with trees, plantings and a decorative gazebo, architect Robert Derrick intended these spaces to provide light, air and vistas from the Museum and Promenade.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)
Pencil (Marking material)

Technique

Drawing (Image-making)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 17.5 in

Width: 20.5 in

Inscriptions

back: Edison Institute of Technology / Virginia Court (#3) / Robert O. Derrick, Inc. Architects, Detroit

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